No. A quarterback in association football (soccer) is what the center attacking midfielder is sometimes referred to as (depending on the formation, which is usually 4-2-3-1 in professional soccer). The quarterbacks in both association and American football have similar jobs and positions because they are both set behind the striker and center respectively and both make the most plays for the team.
There are 4 positions in soccer. There are goalies, defense, offense, and mid field [forward].
The national football team (soccer team) in Brazil is very popular. The Brazil team has won 5 FIFA World Cup titles, and they have also won 4 FIFA Federations Cup titles.
well cricket does soccer does what else oh yes football / nrl their you go
In football (soccer) it is 4
4 - 2 - 2 - 2 = 2010 U.S. National Soccer Team
I would have to say a 4 or a 5 a 3 is more for the younger players
The 4-4-2 formation remains the most popular formation in football (soccer).
you have the forwards, the midfielders (half backs), defense (full backs), and the goalie of coarse....which gives you 4 positions
There are way more than 4. But the basic positions are: Goalkeeper Defender Midfielder Attacker
4 of tham but in soccer games like power soccer fifa you can change it around but it is manly 4 in the midfild